Category: Poem

Observance and Nonobservance of three Unities in Drama

 Introduction: The unities (unity of time, unity of place and unity of action) figure prominently in debate which takes place in Dryden’s essay. Each of the four speakers has some observations to make as regards to the unities. Here Dryden’s observations are mentioned-

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Comparison Between William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience.

Compare and Contrast between William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience. Introduction: In songs of innocence William Blake sings the songs of enjoyment and happiness and he is the piper of happy and pleasant songs that make the children more delighted to hear. Here, Nurse of innocence keeps herself in very close with …

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William Blake as a Romantic Poet

Discuss William Blake is a Romantic Poet  Introduction: Romanticism leads the elements of imagination, nature, worship, liberty, mysticism and symbolism. The common subject of Romanticism is the recollections of childhood. Sometime it keeps the simple emotion of humanity in a simple diction. William Blake is the person who creates songs

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Tennyson is The Revolutionary Poet of Victorian Era

Discuss, Alfred Lord Tennyson is the revolutionary poet of Victorian Era.   The life and works of Tennyson are remarkable to all. From the beginning to the end of his life he seems to have been dominated by the impulse of poetry. His poems are full of knowledge. He has created his poetry about ‘Politics’. …

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William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18

SONNET 18 William Shakespeare    Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?  Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And summer’s lease hath all too short a date:  Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines, And often is his gold complexion dimm’d;  And every …

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Life is a precious seed

LIfe cann’t be leaded Only for playing and sleeping; It doesn’t allow you Meaningless time would be clipping. Life wasn’t made only just For eating and enjoying; Don’t make it worthless Just playing and doing nothing. Life hasn’t most short time As short as flower; But It’s time is going on Like a train has …

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Summary of The Lotos- Eaters By Alfred Lord Tennyson

Summary of The Lotos- Eaters By Alfred Lord Tennyson   Summary: Ulysses and his sailors came to the strange land of the Lotos-Eaters in the time of their wandering. It was an island where sad, mild-eyed lotos-eaters live. The land is always seemed afternoon and all the things also seemed the same. A sleepy dream air …

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Critical Analysis of Introduction by William Blake

Songs of Innocence  Introduction: William Blake is considered as the poet of children’s right. Most of the themes of his poets or songs are about the rights of the children. In Introduction, he has urged his audience to listen to “the voice of the Bard!” who can see past, present, and future. In contrast to the “Introduction” for …

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Summary of Ulysses by Alfred Lord Tennyson

Summary: Ulysses, king of Ithaca, had returned to his kingdom after twenty years of the Trojan War. He has wandered different strange and unknown places and seen many countries, lands and woods. At last he has returned to his house with full of experiences. Still speaking to himself he proclaims that he “cannot rest from travel” but …

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Make The World Safe

I want to be a bud That would be in bloom for you; I want to be a shining light With that you can go. I would be flower’s aroma That you can sniff; Make those people smiley Who have to live in grief. Everyday and evermore I want to be your heart-beat; I want …

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